Like Two Skies For The Same Map: Best Flash Fiction

This flash fiction piece, “Like Two Skies” was recently written by Willy Martinez, in response to the accompanied artwork by Rob Hakemo on Instagram, here. Like a map with two skies, as if two worlds overlapped on the same dimensional frequency, collapsing on one another. The space purveyor had immersed from the disastrous collision. ThrownContinue reading “Like Two Skies For The Same Map: Best Flash Fiction”

The Ultimate Reading List on Pandemic Fiction

The following list of books are our literary picks, addressing questions of race, love, death and dominant governments, and the effect on national borders after a plague hits. Authors include Mary Shelley, Albert Camus, Daniel Defoe, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Yuri Hererra, Michael Crichton, and more.

Jimi Hendrix Loved to Read Sci-Fi Before He Had a Guitar

Happy Birthday, Sci-Fi Lover, Jimi Hendrix. Born #OTD in 1943, Jimi always lived in a bit of a fantasy world – as a kid, he carried around a broomstick he’d pretend to play for over a year, till he saved up enough for a guitar. Growing up in Seattle, Jimi had a hectic family lifeContinue reading “Jimi Hendrix Loved to Read Sci-Fi Before He Had a Guitar”

Isaac Asimov Predicts Robotics In 1964 With Accuracy!

Isaac Asimov Predicts Robotics In 1964 With Accuracy!

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